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Walmart is copying one of Costco's winning strategies

Walmart is becoming a better place to shop because it started paying employees more. For many years, the company was plagued by widespread complaints about poor customer service at its stores. SEE ALSO: You shouldn't order this kind of meat at a restaurant That was until last year when Walmart, under pressure from investors following several quarters of same-store sales declines, decided to invest billions of dollars in wage increases and training for workers.
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